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Manfrotto RC Clamp LANC Zoom/Focus Remote MVR901ECLA

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$125 with free shipping to CONUS. Ships from 43085. Item is in great condition and I have tested the start/stop and power on/off with my C100 MkII. Works fine, but I don't have any powered lenses.
Email me - [email protected] if interested. Verified Paypal only.
I am archiecomics4me on ebay (since June 2000).

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Manfrotto RC Clamp LANC Zoom/Focus Remote MVR901ECLA

Part number: MVR901ECLA


For Camcorders with LANC
Multi-Speed Zoom/Focus Rocker
Wide-Rotation Zoom/Focus Knob
Separate Speed Control Knob
LED Indicates Zoom/Focus Selection
Record, AF, and Power Buttons
Reversible Directionality
Quick-Releasing Pan Handle Clamp
Clamps onto 0.5 to 0.9" Diameter Tubes
55" Coiled Cable with 2.5mm Connector


The RC Clamp LANC Zoom/Focus Remote from Manfrotto is for use with LANC equipped video cameras, and can be clamped

onto a tripod pan handle or other tubes with a 0.5 to 0.9" diameter using a quick-lock fastening clamp. A single

rocker is selectable between zoom or focus, while a knob on the side allows you to dial in a specific zoom/focus

speed. Alternatively, you can achieve pressure-sensitive variable speed control by placing the knob at its highest

setting.

In addition zoom and focus control, the RC Clamp features a record start/stop button, a camera power button, and an

autofocus on/off button. Plus there a button to reverse the directionality of the rocker. LEDs indicate whether the

remote is set to zoom or focus mode and tell you if the camera is recording. A 55" coiled LANC cable is included.

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